We are currently reviewing the “make 10” addition strategy in class. This game is a fun way to practice at home.
Pizza Day is every Wednesday…. $2.25 per slice
Terry Fox Walk forms went home yesterday. Please sign and return A.S.A.P.
Students are using their SEESAW online portfolios, and parents have access.
Lorraine Spooner and the Reading Dog, LYDIA will be in twice a month until June.
Here’s a great site for Canadian math tutorials and games grade K-12:
Here’s a fun online game for students to play find the “target sum”:
We all have misconceptions about how the physical and natural world works.
And there can be science questions that students don’t feel comfortable asking in class or would like to ask outside of class. Such as “Do tree’s breathe?”, “ What is the difference between strength and hardness?”, “Where do puddles go to?”, “Why doesn’t a twig conduct electricity?”
Wouldn’t it be great if there was a Science site where younger students could get help with their questions?
The good news is there is a site, The Science Master, and it’s been set up on Edublogs to provide a safe learning environment for students. Check it out today!